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Historic Alfred I. Dupont Building

169 E. Flagler St.
Miami, FL 33131
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When it comes to historical landmarks, Miami ain't Boston. Preserved buildings are few and far between. But we do have a few classic structures that have stood the test of time, and the 1939-built historic Alfred I. Dupont Building in downtown is one of 'em. Its gilded, Moderne facade is Miami's post-Depression era ode to rebirth. There's on-site office space available, and this Art Deco skyscraper also offers a stunning mezzanine for rent as an event space. There's no place else like it in Miami. Trust us.

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